Reputation Warfare Tag

I judge my own reputation oftentimes by where my work on reputation shows up in Google. As we say, Google is not a search engine but a reputation management system. As the holiday weekend is ending, I thought I would spend a few moments typing...

An article in PRWeek alerted me to a new and maybe not so new tactic in reputation defense. BlackBerry, the mobile smartphone company, described on its blog its decision to strike back at misleading and misinformed rumors and facts about the company.  The site – Blackberry Fact Check (#BBFactCheck) --  was introduced...

  The incidents were the latest examples of what security experts call “reputational attacks” on media companies that publish material that the hackers disagree with. Such companies are particularly vulnerable to such attacks because many of them depend on online advertising and subscription revenue from Web...

 On my way to work today I read an article about the West Wing Week video series which I had forgotten about until now.  The article is focused on Arun Chaudhary who is the White House videographer in charge of capturing the activity of the President...

First things first. I thought I should mention that an article I wrote on how companies are responding to online antagonists is appearing in the December issue of Harvard Business Review. The article, Reputation Warfare,  identifies six strategies for managing reputation in an informational age. I...